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  • build They had begun to build a small church building to which they had added two rooms for the missionary.
  • child "It can't be done, child. He calls me "Child" - lays on my hair Thin fingers, cold and mild; Oh! God of Love, who answers prayer, I wish I were a child! – A Tragedy by edith nesbit
  • chilled There, she bent over him,-touched him again,-how cold her hands were; the touch chilled him to the heart.
  • field "I wish you'd come and have a look at that ship in my field," he said to me.
  • gild It is preferable to wash and gild a picture without it first being dried; yet when there are doubts of its giving satisfaction, there would sometimes be a saving by drying and getting the decision of the subject before gilding, as this last injures the plate for another impression.
  • guild In another, called Horse bay, they erected a new guild or fraternity, binding themselves with much solemnity and many oaths to certain articles, and calling it the Fraternity of the Freed Lion.
  • held He held it out and said, 'Take it from me if you please.
  • hilt His hand dropped to the hilt of his sword, but Le Moyne whispered to him and he became more collected.
  • hold But we can't tell whether they are Grell's or not until we get hold of him.
  • laird He did so, but the laird did not appear to be kindly inclined to this arrangement.
  • mild The sheriff seemed to feel nothing more than a mild surprise and curiosity.
  • shield He moved to the opposite side of the table, involuntarily lifting his left elbow as if to shield himself.
  • tailed I had hold of the lashin'-end with one hand and we tailed out behind the ark, which was sloppin' along, graceful as an elephant on skates.
  • thinned Still it was lighter and the rain thinned gradually till at last it stopped.
  • third She and her husband slept on the second floor, and the two girls on the third.
  • thirdly "Yes," said Speed; "and, thirdly, the poison may have been administered accidentally-you do not seem to take that into account."
  • thirst Tommy, who somehow had forgotten his pain and thirst, felt embarrassed for a moment.
  • thirsty The afternoon had been warm, if not actually hot, and our walking and climbing had made us thirsty; the sight of water made us all the more so.
  • thirty I am going back by the seven-thirty from Horrabridge."
  • thole
  • thread
  • thrilled
  • thud
  • thule
  • thyroid
  • tilde
  • tiled
  • tilled
  • tilt
  • whorled
  • wield
  • wild
  • world
  • yield
  • Hurled All at once it became dark around them, and it seemed as if a powerful sea-horse must have got under the skiff and lifted it with his back, for George was hurled into the air.
  • Told
  • Thieved
  • Toiled
  • Whiled
  • Whirled
  • Hilda Von Sternburg bent over each hand and then approached Hilda.
  • Thad And as his simple heart was wrapped up in the business that just then engaged his full attention, Bumpus was prancing around, looking more like a clown from the circus than anything Thad could think of. But all the same the fat boy fought, tooth and nail, at the spreading fire.
  • they'd Perhaps they'd tell where it was buried."
  • they'll Do you think they'll do as we tell them?
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